I wanted to say that, I have recently shared my two new hubs with my followers. I am not sure whether it will create any problem or not. I just wanted to share my new hubs with my fellow hubbers. Please let me know whether it is fine or not.
Like UW says, your followers already get sent an email when you publish a new Hub. So you're more likely to annoy them if you share it again!
Your followers already receive notification of your new hubs so you are just duplicating it.
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